The corporate regulator completed 1441 surveillance projects in 2015-2016, leading to 22 criminal convictions and 13 people jailed.
ASIC has indicated it will consider prohibiting financial planning firms from calling themselves ‘independently-owned’ unless they meet the Corporations Act definition of independence.
Australia’s bank bosses have accepted the need to admit past wrongdoings, says APRA – and more scandals are likely to "come to the surface" as a result.
The corporate regulator is reviewing the service outage of the ASX equity market on 19 September 2016, with an upcoming report to determine whether any changes are necessary.
Life insurance claims outcomes will soon be subject to public reporting requirements following the release of an ASIC report into claims handling yesterday.
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